4 Former Missile Base To Grow Mushrooms

Former Missile Base To Grow Mushrooms

Posted on November 3, 2014 by team

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Once these hangars were used to accomodate a Soviet missile base, today they serve for growing mushrooms. This farm became the largest in Belorussia, it supplies ten tons of mushrooms monthly to trading networks of the republic and neighboring countries.

Right now you are welcome inside the post to see how mushrooms grow in specially created conditions.

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The farm is located in Minoity village, 160 km to the west of Minsk.

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These hangars had been occupied by nuclear warheads until 1997 when the military unit was disbanded. The empty place was bought by one local businessman who decided to use it for growing mushrooms.


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4 Responses to “Former Missile Base To Grow Mushrooms”

  1. Muzzlehatch says:

    Looks like they’re growing them on old sausages.

  2. Erik says:

    Made me hungry …. thank you

  3. Vijay says:

    When I see abandoned Chemical labs with all the equipment inside it as such, deep inside I cried as those things cost a lot of money and are also dangerous. Hope all old equipment and older bldgs., places etc., are put to productive use. Hats off to all involved. Keep up the good work. God Bless You :)

  4. Quappe says:

    Do you remember posting this two years ago? Nope? Ok, me neither then…

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